A Little Free Library Dollhouse Mystery

A Little Free Library Dollhouse Mystery

When Deborah Miller found an abandoned four-room dollhouse on the curb, she knew this was her chance to have a Little Free Library book box. She brought it home to her husband, a carpenter, and asked if he could turn it into a Little Free Library. The night before...
Lessons Learned from One Year as a Steward

Lessons Learned from One Year as a Steward

The first year of being a Little Free Library volunteer steward is a constant learning experience. How many people will naturally visit your Library? What kind of books are most popular? Will any of the same books be returned? Will people leave notes in a guest book...
Steward Spotlight: Cynthia Taylor

Steward Spotlight: Cynthia Taylor

The small island community of Grenada, located off the northeast coast of Venezuela, now has a Little Free Library #80239 in the capital city of St. George’s! The Library was built by a local Grenadian using recycled materials. Steward Cynthia Taylor registered...
Steward Spotlight: Savannah Lewis

Steward Spotlight: Savannah Lewis

Savannah Lewis knew that many rural neighborhoods and small towns in Texas did not have public libraries or easy access to books. So for her Girl Scout Gold Award, she focused on ways that she could provide easy access to affordable books in rural neighborhoods near La Vernia, Texas. She ultimately built two Little Free Library book-sharing boxes…

Steward Spotlight: Debbie Teague

Steward Spotlight: Debbie Teague

This post is part of Little Free Library’s Steward Spotlight series! This series delves into the diversity of steward experience and uncovers the challenges, surprises, and best practices of Little Free Library volunteer stewards around the world. In October 2017,...

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